Zendaya's Mom Seemingly Suggests Those Tom Holland Engagement Rumors Are "Clickbait"

It seems wedding bells are not ringing for Zendaya and Tom Holland if her mom, Claire Stoermer's, latest Instagram post is anything to go by. It all started on Nov. 29 when a Twitter account called Pop Tingz tweeted that the "Spider-Man" co-stars-turned-lovers were engaged. Although the account is not verified and the tweet didn't provide a source, the claim took off, racking up nearly 7K RTs and QRTs in total in a matter of days. Another unverified account called Pop Hive picked up the "news" and received even more engagement from thrilled Tomdaya fans, garnering 75K RTs and QRTs altogether. It seems the rumors are just "clickbait," however. On Nov. 30, Stoermer posted text on her Instagram Story that read, "Clickbait typically refers to the practice of writing sensationalized or misleading headlines in order to attract clicks on a piece of content. It often relies on exaggerating claims or leaving out key information in order to encourage traffic. The term is generally used in a dismissive sense." Based on the timing of her post, it seems like Stoermer is suggesting the latest Tomdaya engagement rumors are clickbait. Zendaya and Holland have long kept their relationship under wraps in the public eye. The actors first met after being cast in 2017's "Spider-Man: Homecoming," and the romance rumors started shortly after they began filming for the movie. Over the next four years, Holland and Zendaya appeared to only be friends as they pursued romantic relationships: the former romanced Nadia Parkes, and the latter started dating her "Euphoria" costar, Jacob Elordi. It wasn't until July 2021 that things got serious between the two "Spider-Man" stars after they were spotted making out at a red light in Los Angeles. The photos reignited dating rumors, but the couple didn't address the speculation until Holland's November 2021 GQ cover story, telling the outlet they'd publicly confirm their relationship "when we're ready to talk about it together." Fans have always admired Zendaya and Holland's sweet bond as they've supported each other in their professional and personal lives. In the past, each of them has shared cute birthday messages on social media. They've even supported one another on set and at red carpet premieres (in matching outfits, might we add) for any projects they weren't starring in together. While this pair may not be engaged, their relationship is still the stuff of storybooks.

Zendaya's Mom Seemingly Suggests Those Tom Holland Engagement Rumors Are "Clickbait"

It seems wedding bells are not ringing for Zendaya and Tom Holland if her mom, Claire Stoermer's, latest Instagram post is anything to go by.

It all started on Nov. 29 when a Twitter account called Pop Tingz tweeted that the "Spider-Man" co-stars-turned-lovers were engaged. Although the account is not verified and the tweet didn't provide a source, the claim took off, racking up nearly 7K RTs and QRTs in total in a matter of days. Another unverified account called Pop Hive picked up the "news" and received even more engagement from thrilled Tomdaya fans, garnering 75K RTs and QRTs altogether.

It seems the rumors are just "clickbait," however. On Nov. 30, Stoermer posted text on her Instagram Story that read, "Clickbait typically refers to the practice of writing sensationalized or misleading headlines in order to attract clicks on a piece of content. It often relies on exaggerating claims or leaving out key information in order to encourage traffic. The term is generally used in a dismissive sense." Based on the timing of her post, it seems like Stoermer is suggesting the latest Tomdaya engagement rumors are clickbait.

Zendaya and Holland have long kept their relationship under wraps in the public eye. The actors first met after being cast in 2017's "Spider-Man: Homecoming," and the romance rumors started shortly after they began filming for the movie.

Over the next four years, Holland and Zendaya appeared to only be friends as they pursued romantic relationships: the former romanced Nadia Parkes, and the latter started dating her "Euphoria" costar, Jacob Elordi. It wasn't until July 2021 that things got serious between the two "Spider-Man" stars after they were spotted making out at a red light in Los Angeles. The photos reignited dating rumors, but the couple didn't address the speculation until Holland's November 2021 GQ cover story, telling the outlet they'd publicly confirm their relationship "when we're ready to talk about it together."

Fans have always admired Zendaya and Holland's sweet bond as they've supported each other in their professional and personal lives. In the past, each of them has shared cute birthday messages on social media. They've even supported one another on set and at red carpet premieres (in matching outfits, might we add) for any projects they weren't starring in together.

While this pair may not be engaged, their relationship is still the stuff of storybooks.